Review of 2018

JANUARY Compartments 3 & 4: 11 volunteers at work party clearing pond margins, removing bramble from the edge of the old tennis court and wading into the flooded ditch around “Glenview” to cut back blackthorn sprawling across it.   FEBRUARY Compartments1 & 6: Steel doors installed on previously […]

Pill-box adaptations

The PLPT land is rich in military archaeology from the Napoleonic era and WWII. The larger structures from 1941 have suffered many years of neglect and misuse: the Type 22 pillbox as a dump and the Observation Post as a sheep-shelter and party venue resulting in an accumulation […]

January Work Party

Last weekend, no fewer than 18 volunteers, including 6 from Hastings Conservation Volunteers, helped to clear light scrub from the pond area. once more opening it up to the light. In the course of removing a small thicket, we discovered a blocked overflow drain which, if we can […]

New Chair

I am writing to let you know of my appointment as the Chair of the Pett Level Preservation Trust. I was delighted to have been elected to this role. I have a deep love of the unique piece of countryside that is Pett Level and am honoured to be […]

PLPT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION 2016

Get out your cameras or phones again and take another picture at Pett Level. This years title: “On the straight and Level” Entry forms and competition rules may be collected from The New Beach Club, Pett Level, or by contacting Zana Duthie on 07768 905489 Photos should be […]

Guided Walks

Saturday April 30th 10-12 am. “Toot Rock War Walk” – learn about Napoleonic & WWII coastal defences at Toot Rock with Martin King. Saturday May 14th: “Birdsong at Toot Rock” – learn to recognize the songs & calls of common birds, by now including summer migrants. For both […]